By  on August 22, 2014

WASHINGTON — The U.S. claimed victory Friday in a World Trade Organization dispute against Argentina that challenged widespread licensing restrictions maintained by Argentina on the importation of U.S. goods, including nearly $60 million worth of apparel, textiles and footwear.

A WTO dispute settlement panel found in favor of the U.S. under certain provisions of a global trade statute, stating that Argentina’s import licensing requirements and other import restrictions breach international trade rules. The European Union and Japan were co-complainants with the U.S. in the case.

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